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The interior of Craft, head judge Tom Colicchio's flagship restaurant.
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Craft's beet salad.
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Craft's Tom Colicchio.
Bill Bettencourt
Governors Island, an easy summer day trip from Manhattan and the location of season five's first challenge.
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Williamsburg, the Brooklyn neighborhood where the cast stayed.
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The exterior of Urban Rustic, a locally sourced organic café in Williamsburg.
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The interior of Urban Rustic.
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Rockefeller Center, where the Today show is filmed.
Students at the French Culinary Institute.
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L'Ecole, the French Culinary Institute's contemporary French restaurant.
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The legendary Harlem Gospel Choir.
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Harold Dieterle, winner of the first Top Chef season, opened Perilla in Greenwich Village.
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Astor Center, the swank culinary education and event space where Top Chef contestants cooked for each other in a brutal fifth season elimination challenge.
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